Giant gorilla rises from snow of 1991 Halloween storm
Posted at 6:23 AM on October 31, 2011
by Molly Bloom
Filed under: Climate, History, Weather
On the 20th anniversary of the historic 1991 Halloween snowstorm, we're sharing stories from our Public Insight Network sources and Facebook followers. Here's one story:
"The 40 inches we got not only made Halloween short it made the winter incredibly long before melting late into Spring," writes Harry Welty of Duluth.
"As a fledgling snow sculptor I had so much snow that I built a sixteen-foot tall gorilla in my front yard. He was with us for month."
He sent us this photo:
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